Steam Deck Verified Games Appear on Steam: Here’s the Full List of Compatible Titles

The first batch of Steam Deck Verified Games has been released.

by Shubhendu Vatsa


Valve has announced the first set of Steam Deck verified games and the list has some true heavy hitters of recent times like Psychonauts 2, Death Stranding and others. The company’s first handheld PC is turning out to be a great success even before it officially starts shipping. Valve has decided to choose its own Linux-based SteamOS rather than a Windows OS, raising questions about compatibility. However, Valve has assured players that they won’t face any compatibility issues and can even replace the OS completely.

The new Steam Deck verified games list has been shared by SteamDB, which reveals that a total of 38 Steam games are now verified games for the handheld. However, out of the total 38 games, 24 games are listed as playable while 5 as unsupported, four are VR games, and Persona 4 Golden. Take a look at all of the Steam Deck verified games below.​

  1. Portal 2
  2. The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth
  3. Celeste
  4. Hollow Knight
  5. Dishonored
  6. Risk of Rain 2
  7. Cuphead
  8. Castle Crashers®
  9. Psychonauts 2
  10. Webbed
  11. Sekiro™: Shadows Die Twice – GOTY Edition
  12. Noita
  14. Gunfire Reborn
  15. Mark of the Ninja: Remastered
  16. Tetris® Effect: Connected
  17. Total War: WARHAMMER II
  18. Death’s Door
  19. Manifold Garden
  20. Into the Breach
  21. Death Stranding
  22. The Messenger
  23. APE OUT
  24. Record of Lodoss War-Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth-
  25. Mad Max
  27. Guacamelee! 2
  28. Rogue Legacy 2
  29. Super Mega Baseball 3
  30. DARK SOULS™ II: Scholar of the First Sin
  31. Circuit Superstars
  33. Remnant: From the Ashes
  34. Sable
  35. Aliens: Fireteam Elite
  37. Tunche
  38. RAD

The list above looks pretty neat and includes some fantastic titles spanning genres, including some indie titles. Valve had earlier planned to release the Steam Deck late last year, but pushed the release date to early 2022, citing ongoing hardware shortages. With February just around the corner, we can expect Valve to come out with more information about the handheld’s global release date and other relevant details. The handheld gaming PC packs in some serious power under the hood and can be easily plugged into a TV or monitor for a better gaming experience. Players can also plug in peripherals like the keyboard and mouse whenever needed.

The developers have already revealed the pricing for the portable console and currently, Valve is launching three models that vary based on the storage option chosen. Here are the prices for all Steam Deck models:

  • $399 for the 64GB version
  • $529 for the 256GB version
  • $649 for the 512GB version

The top-end version will come fitted with a faster NVME SSD storage, while players will be able to increase storage space on all three versions by using a MicroSD card.

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